Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
1/12/2005 4:05:16 PM
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It seems that there is no resolution in sight in the ongoing verbal feud between rapper Eminem and The Source. On Tuesday evening in Detroit, Em and Source co-owner David Mays got into an off-air verbal confrontation at radio station WDTJ-FM.
Reports are still coming in, but according to sources close to the altercation, Mays was being interviewed at the station for an evening radio program. Some of Mays' words were directed toward the Motor City SoundScan king.
Shortly thereafter, Eminem arrived at the station with approximately 10 men. While sources say that no violence took place, there was plenty of shouting and four-letter words being flung.
Last week, the long-running beef heated up in the wake of a song and video made by Source co-owner Benzino (see "Eminem 'Never Wanted To Squash The Beef,' Benzino Says; Fires Back In New Video").
Neither Eminem, his reps, nor spokespeople for WDTJ would comment on the matter. Mays could not be reached for comment at press time, but he did show up on the radio again Wednesday. This time he was on New York's Hot 97, telling that station's Angie Martinez what a happened from his perspective.
"[Eminem] starts yelling at the program director, 'You're a punk for letting this guy come up to the station.' The show basically ended, and I left and came to New York," he said.
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